Last night I had a great scrapbook class.  In my class we normally make 2 sets of 2-page 12″ x 12″ layouts – so four 12″ x12″ pages total.  Sometimes I add a “bonus page” – a single 12″ x 12″ layout.  Yesterday I decided to do that – why because I wanted to use my Walk in the Park Designer Series paper on a scrapbook page and I have not done it yet.  My inspiration layout was actually in the Occasions Mini Catalog – and I put this together real fast a few hours before my class.

walk-in-the-park-scrapbook-Supplies I used:

  • Walk in the Park Designer Series Paper – the leafy print and the So Saffron print for the bird
  • Cameo Coral card stock
  • So Saffron card stock
  • Basic Gray card stock
  • Kiwi Kiss card stock
  • Whisper White card stock
  • Eyelet Border Punch
  • Large Oval Punch
  • Scallop Oval Punch
  • Basic Gray classic ink
  • So Saffron classic ink – sponged the flower, the bird and the oval
  • Warm Words stamp set
  • Big Shot Die Cut Machine – cutting pads and platform
  • Stampin’ Up! Little Leaves Sizzlits die
  • Stampin’ Up! Birds & Blooms Sizzlits die
  • Stampin’ Up! Simple Flower Embosslits die
  • Fire Circle Rhinestone Brad
  • 2-way glue pen
  • Stampin’ Dimensionals
  • Stampin’ Sponge

For another scrapbooking option you can also check out the WOW Scrapbook Kits blog that my upline Wendy and I have started.  We have a monthly kit that includes three 2-page 12″ x 12″ layouts for you to create at home.  If you order the kits by the 20th of the month you get all the card stock, designer paper, embellishments and die cuts along with the step-by-step instructions, photos, and WOW tips on how to create the pages.  Visit our blog at for more information.  Our July kit will be released after the 4th of July holiday weekend.  There is a link on my side bar any time you want to stop in and visit.  We will also be posting some scrapbooking related articles from time to time.

Greg update (if you want to know) – he went for a visit to the doctor today – but he went at the wrong time so I wasn’t there.  He went to work today and I was planning on meeting him but he was there an hour early.  Anyway, the doctor did an ultrasound (that’s what Greg said) to look at his neck again and it was much improved.  Gave him a second round of the antibiotics and scheduled a recheck after the 4th of July holiday.  So all is good right now.  We still don’t know the exact cause or how to keep it from happening again – we’ll have that discussion next visit.

Have a good evening!